I love speed. Users demand speed. Check out how I increased page speed from 7.6 sec to 1.23 sec within a couple of minutes and to 0.6 in 4 hours of developing time. I did it without knowing much about business logic…
Posts tagged "symfony"
While looking for inspiration to write this post, I ran into a help request on a popular PHP community forum. When he showed some snippets of code, the problem became obvious. Some time ago, I had a similar situation...
I want to present you a real story that happened in a project we took over. On this day, Sentry revealed a strange error. The short analysis showed that the error occurred when a user was removed. But wait, there is no such feature as removing a user! What happened?!? I analyzed the logs and found out that someone wanted to delete his/her profile picture and instead... removed himself!
At Accesto we recently came up with a project release checklist that helps us to make sure that we did not miss anything. It helped us a lot during the last releases and ensured peace of mind.
Writing a testable code of an application is as important as writing tests itself. While testing, besides S.O.L.I.D. (single responsibility, open-closed, Liskov substitution, interface segregation and dependency inversion - the five basic principles of object-oriented programming and design), compliance with the Law of Demeter may come in handy as well.
Two weeks ago, Symfony announced a new Dotenv component. I’m not sure if you know about it, but I’m sure you should!